Mechanical Engineer AORR

Nashville, Tenn.
-based Bridgestone Americas, Inc.
is the U.
subsidiary of Bridgestone Corporation, the world's largest tire and rubber company.
Bridgestone Americas and its subsidiaries develop, manufacture and market a wide range of Bridgestone, Firestone and associate brand tires to address the needs of a broad range of customers, including consumers, automotive and commercial vehicle original equipment manufacturers, and those in the agricultural, forestry and mining industries.
The companies are also engaged in retreading operations throughout the Western Hemisphere and produce air springs, roofing materials, and industrial fibers and textiles.
The Bridgestone Americas family of companies also operates the world's largest chain of automotive tire and service centers.
Guided by its One Team, One Planet message, the company is dedicated to achieving a positive environmental impact in all of the communities it calls home.
Under the direction of the Plant Engineering Service Leader, experienced Mechanical Engineer is a contributor engineer leading projects in their area of expertise working in a manufacturing environment.
Provides input into the design for new or modified systems, processes or technologies.
Serve as technical lead, planning and organizing portions of a project.
Budget, manpower and equipment utilization.
Troubleshoot problems on existing systems, processes and technologies.
Utilize available resources (other engineers, multi-skilled maintenance and operations teammates).
Participate in monitoring and evaluating the performance of existing systems, processes and technologies and recommends modifications and enhancements to improve quality and/or efficiency.
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or related technical degree4+ years of work experienceWork experience in a manufacturing environment preferred.
Approximately 80% of time is spent on the production floor, 10% working at desk on a computer, and 10% in meetings.
The production floor environment requires working in high temperature, high noise levels (hearing protection required), and around moving equipment and heavy machinery.

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